Chance the Rapper and his daughter’s mother, Kirsten Corley are headed back to court over child support woes. The Chicago Tribune reports:
Attorneys for Chance the Rapper and his on-again, off-again girlfriend Kirsten Corley are scheduled to return to Cook County court Friday to try to work out child support and a parenting schedule for their 16-month-old daughter.
Corley and the 23-year-old rapper, born Chancelor Bennett, are “in the process of establishing separate residences” after having lived together since August 2015, according to paperwork Bennett’s attorneys filed Monday.
In his petition, Bennett is asking the court to “set a child support award below statutory guidelines,” grant an order protecting personal information, require Corley to share in expenses for their daughter because she is “capable of full-time employment in several capacities” and refer the former couple to private mediation.
Chance the Rapper has certainly been the doting father on Instagram. The recording artist attributed his life’s turnaround to his daughter a few weeks ago.
“This is the girl who reintroduced me to God,” Chance told social media fans. “She’s the woman who reminded me how to be a man, and taught me how to love. She is everything I am but much better. I can’t wait for her to one day help the world the way she has helped me.”
Kinsley is Chance the Rapper’s only child. She celebrated her first birthday last September.